On Wed, 9 Aug 2000 14:41:52 -0500, "Judson McClendon"
>> Just so it is clear what the MF documentation is TRYING to say - is that when
>> you specify
>> PIC XX COMP-X
>> it means that you have a NUMERIC field of two bytes long. This could be
>> handled in compilers without COMP-X by code such as:
>> Pic S9(04) Binary
>> or (depending upon big-/little-endian) on systems that have COMP-5
>> Pic S9(04) Comp-5
>Just wanted to note that
> PIC XX COMP-X
>is also not necessarily equivalent to
> Pic S9(04) Comp-5 (or Pic S9(04) Binary)
>depending on the setting of compiler directive 'TRUNC'. :-)
I'm not familiar with either compiler, but I was wondering could the
PIC XX COMP-X on MF be the same as PIC 99 on Fujitsu or does COMP-X
imply some kind of data compression and/or format?
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